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Debian ruby-full package - a full installation of Ruby


  Hello Debian Ruby users,

  I have seen many complaints on this list that the debian ruby packages are split into several small
components, which makes it a pain to get a 'genuine' ruby install. Though this is not about to change
(for many reasons, all too long to fit here), I've uploaded to the unstable distribution a dependency
package, ruby-full, that should pull in all the required dependencies to get a decent Ruby experience.
The only exception is the Ruby/Tcl bindings, which are only recommended.

  If any debian users doesn't seem to be able to use some of ruby's parts, please install ruby-full.
And then, if that doesn't work yet, you can ask your question here.

  Enjoy,

        Vince

On Mon, 28 May 2007 17:32:51 +0900, vince.hetk wrote:
> Hello Debian Ruby users,

>   I have seen many complaints on this list that the debian ruby packages
>   are split into several small
> components, which makes it a pain to get a 'genuine' ruby install.
> Though this is not about to change (for many reasons, all too long to
> fit here), I've uploaded to the unstable distribution a dependency
> package, ruby-full, that should pull in all the required dependencies to
> get a decent Ruby experience. The only exception is the Ruby/Tcl
> bindings, which are only recommended.

>   If any debian users doesn't seem to be able to use some of ruby's
>   parts, please install ruby-full.
> And then, if that doesn't work yet, you can ask your question here.

Does ruby-elisp really need to be included in this? It's not really a
library needed to run ruby programs built on other platforms with the
whole standard library in mind the same way the other dependencies are.

--Ken
(who doesn't have emacs installed yet)

--
Ken Bloom. PhD candidate. Linguistic Cognition Laboratory.
Department of Computer Science. Illinois Institute of Technology.
http://www.iit.edu/~kbloom1/

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